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Scyrian Island
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*Xandy:... Interesting. Hud, you need to see this.
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*Hudson: What is it, hon?
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*Xandy:... Okay, there's no one around to hear you call me that, so, whatever. I, found this journal. It depicts... A LOT of stuff. Something about a woman named... Heili Runner.
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*Hudson:... Interesting. A few people have mentioned her before in regards to this planet.
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*Xandy:... Well... What do you think she's been up to?
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*Hudson: Well, why don't you read it to find out?
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*Xandy:... I WILL read it. Should be fun. (She did so)
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*(Heili): I've lost count how many sunrises I've seen since I arrived on this island. Hundreds, I'd imagine. Yet, each one seems more beautiful than the last. Sometimes I like to take Athea out just before dawn and watch it while flying through the morning sky. It's in these simple moments that I realize just how lucky I am. Not that I was unhappy exploring the reefs and rainforests back on Tik, but I wasn't going to spot a UIS-territorial sauropod stomping about my homeland, now was I? Since I came here to continue the research of my Ma, the great Johnna Runner, I've had the opportunity to study the living and the greatness of tech not like any other Teadr 1 race. The Scyrians left behind such fascinating secrets. I'll always be grateful for that.
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*Xandy:... She really DOES seem lucky.
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*Hudson: I'll say. Though, I didn't know she was a Tiikon.
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*Xandy: Well, what did you THINK she was?
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*Hudson: I don't know, something?
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*Xandy: (She giggles) Oh, Hud. (She continued reading)
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*(Heili): I've been holding out for a change in weather before studying the wildlife of this island's peculiar tundra region, given my natural cold-bloodedness, but I think it's safe to say that it's not forthcoming. Clearly this planet has no axial tilt, given the condition of the environment outside this island, and therefore, it has no seasons. That ice and snow isn't melting anytime soon. Can't say I'm happy about it. The cold and I are not the best of mates. Again, I'm a reptile, and we don't take kindly to it. I can tell you that, but I just have to suck it up. An environment for dinosaurs like these are fairly uniform, so an arctic climate is quite the oddity.
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*Xandy:... Well, if THAT doesn't indicate she's a Tiikon, I don't know what does. Tiikons are smart critters.
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*Hudson: Clearly, and their sleep cycles keep it that way.
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*Xandy: (She giggles again and continues reading)
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*(Heili): The tribe that calls itself the Howling Rolves have made this expedition in the north a lot easier. Well, them and Athea. She's right at home here. She may be a pterosaur, but she's a pteroavian, so she's more bird than reptile. I don't think I'll ever repay Stonewell for just up and giving me a Pteriornis. He's said our conversations are payment enough, but I still feel guilty. I should remember to collect some floral samples while I'm here. Anyway, tagging along with the Rolves has been a good introduction to the region, but I think I'm ready to make my own way. To make real scientific conclusions, I need to observe these animals undisturbed in their natural habitat for long periods of time.
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*Hudson:... Yes, definitely a Tiikon. (Xandy giggles)... Oh, how I love your laughter.
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*Xandy: Oh, stop it, cutie! (She continued reading)... Wow, she sounds excited on this page.
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*(Heili): What a day! There I am, putting the finishing touches on the Mammothericus Dossier, when all of a sudden, a Tyrannus starts attacking the herd. Strewth! A Tyrannus wading through the bloody snow! I asked The Howling Rolves at the nearest camp, and apparently, this is a common thing. They’re not new to the region. It just doesn’t make sense. How can a Tyrannus, a REPTILE, survive in this climate? And how can the introduction of an apex predator not shift the entire ecosystem?!
  +
*Hudson:... She does realize this is a controlled and contained environment, right?
  +
*Xandy: I'm sure she'll figure that out, let's just keep reading.
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*(Heili): Well, I've combed through more carnivore droppings than I care to calculate, and I can't say they provided many answers. All the predators in this region have very similar diets. With so many different predators hunting the same prey, the populations of all these species shouldn't be sustainable. Yet I've found nothing to indicate that any population shift is actually happening. It's just bizarre! The longer I'm here, the more I realize that this region shouldn't exist. It's climate is out of sync with the rest of the island, and the planet in general, many of the creatures here are equally dominant and therefore deadlocked or threatened, and the ecosystem is almost static! Something's off. I need to review my notes.
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*Xandy:... Well, let's hope she realizes it.
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*(Heili):... Heili, you're a dipstick. Going through my notes, I've realized that there are more predators than prey across this entire island by almost double. That's the OPPOSITE of how ANY ecosystem is supposed to work. I can't believe it took a Tyrannus frolicking through the snow for me to see this. It's plain as day. What to make of it? Add in the sentient being factor, and it's impossible for this island to continue as it is by natural means. So, what, is this island's wildlife being monitored and curated somehow? Possibly from the Scyrians, or their technology, in some way? I should speak with Stonewell. Maybe he's come to a similar conclusion.
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*Xandy:... Well, at least she's catching on. Watching people as smart as this woman discover things is... Kinda engaging.
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*Hudson: I know. I've already been hooked by her adventuring myself. (They continue reading)
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*(Heili): I never thought this island was normal, exactly. I mean, there are three giant obelisks not of Tiikon origin floating in the sky, for Petan's sake. Not to mention that cave I found in the central volcano, which hid a platform similar to those found at the base of said obelisks. Well, similar except for those oddly shaped holes that were carved into its podium. I guess I just didn't care about all that. So long as I had my beautiful, unique and untainted ecosystem to study, I was happy. But now... No, I shouldn't write it off just yet. Not before I arrive at Stonewell's. There's still a chance that my data is off or, that I missed something obvious. I won't give up on my paradise just yet.
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*Xandy:... Yeah, I see what you mean, Huddy.
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*(Heili): I really need to visit Stonewell more. It's so energizing to be around someone of his experience that still has so much excitement for his work, and talking to him always helps me gain perspective. As for the island's ecological abnormalities, Stonewell reassured me that I was jumping to conclusions. He made a great point: Just because this place doesn't follow the scientific laws we're used to, doesn't mean it follows no scientific laws at all. After all, science is about discovery, and new discoveries can invalidate old principles. So before I latch onto my theory, I need to gather more empirical evidence. Otherwise, I'm no scientist.
  +
*Xandy:... Well, at least she's got someone who's optimistic in her circle.
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*(Heili): On Stonewell's recommendation, I've headed south to start an in-depth study of the island's marine life with the help of a tribe called the Dyesharks. Because the ecosystem of the ocean that surrounds the island is separate from the ecosystem on the mainland, correlating patterns between them might help me isolate and understand this island's scientific abnormalities. Also, after freezing my ass off for so long, I could really use an extended stay on a tropical island. Marine biology was never my strongest field, but I do love the ocean. A lot of people do these days. And why not? If nothing else, it should be beautiful there, as many oceans are.
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*Xandy: Puh-REECH!
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*Hudson: (Sighs) I wish I was Aquastar right now.
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*Xandy: Oh, Hud.
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*(Heili): The Dyesharks have treated me like I'm the bloody queen since I showed them Stonewell's letter of recommendation. I don't think I've eaten better in my entire time on the island. Not that it's a high bar, I'm a horrible cook. Oh, and they've been of tremendous help with my research, of course. So far, my estimates of the predator-prey balance are consistent with the ecosystems on the mainland. The water is simply teeming with shoals of Junjadons, and they are extremely aggressive. Perhaps that's a side effect of having limited prey? Sharks aren't known as territorial creatures. I'll have to study them further.
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*Hudson:... Junjadon?
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*Xandy: Oh, I learned about them as Xasandra. They're an offset evolutionary cousin of the Junja Shark, and they're MUCH bigger, have armored spiked backs, and are night-black.
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*Hudson: Yikes. And this woman has the ovaries to study them?
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*Xandy: Apparently. When you're a scientist, you take risks.
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*(Heili): Still no answers as to why the Junjadons are so territorial, but I was privy to something even more extraordinary: Junjadon Mating Behavior! No one's ever witnessed Junjas rooting around back home, so that alone is monumental, but I got something even better. I know, what could possibly top watching Junjadons having a naughty, right? Tracking the female! I was able to observe her for almost the full gestation period, and get this, it only lasts one week. One, week! No wonder the population is so high. These are spitting out pups 44x the rate of the average Junja. I should compare how they behave in captivity.
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*Xandy:... Captivity?... They TAMED these beasts?
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*Hudson: Apparently. I guess ANYTHING can be tamed on this planet.
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*(Heili): So, in addition to all of the oddities I found with wild Junjadons, here's the real sherry on top: Taming them is a piece of piss. A bit of training and they're more obedient than the family rog. Now, I've heard of sharks getting very rudimentary training over a year or so, but not to this extent. Certainly not so easily. Sharks aren't mammals or even avians, they're fish. They rely more on instinct, or to put it simply, they're not very smart. You shouldn't be able to ride one like a jet ski. I'm trying to keep an open mind like Stonewell suggested, but this just feels wrong.
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*Xandy:... Well, true. When you become self-aware of your own paradise... It gets ruined. Though it's not exactly hard to see oddities like this.
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*Hudson: She STILL hasn't figured out that this is a controlled environment.
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*Xandy: I'm SURE we're getting to that. Just be patient, kay?
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*(Heili): Well, this seals it. Just when I thought I'd made some sense of the notes I took while visiting the Dyesharks, I spotted the nail in the proverbial coffin: Roos. A whole herd of giant Roos were just hopping about the countryside like they'd always been there. As much as I love Roos, they just shouldn't be here, period. They evolved away from dinosaurs. Large mammals and dinosaurs can't so easily share the same environment without some degree of environmental damage. If I know any genus, it's this one, and Coptopodus should not exist here. This island isn't an ecosystem, its a zoo.
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*Xandy:... Cute.
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*Hudson: DEFINITELY cute.
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*(Heili): Not too long ago, I thought this place was a far-off utopia where I could study a lot of UIS wonders AND the secrets of yet another lost Teadr 1 race unlike many I've seen. Now that I'm certain it's not natural at all, I have to say, it's lost a lot of luster. Interference from sentientkind hasn't helped. Most tribes have learned to live in harmony with their slice of the island, but some aren't content with that. One is even trying to conquer all the others, and natural or not, this ecosystem won't be any better off if it's burned down in some great war. In some way, I know it involves the technology my Ma studied. The sunrises are still beautiful, though. At least nothing can change that.
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*Xandy:... They really are, sister. They, really, are.
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*Hudson: Glad you're together with someone who can fly huh?
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*Xandy: (Chuckles) Yeah.
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*(Heili): Of all the abnormalities that I've observed, the tamed Junjadons stick out to me. It was almost like they were stray dogs who were resocialized, as though they had a genetic history of sentient obedience. Obviously, it's the Scyrians, but I can't know for certain yet. Most of my observations have been in the wild, but I think I may learn a thing or two if I observe domesticated creatures more closely. I need to study their diets, their mating patterns, how they socialize with other species... all that. Rumor has it that there's some woman that's tamed a whole mess of them all by herself, so many that they call her The Animal Queen. Maybe she'll have some useful insights.
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*Xandy:... I dunno. That sounds like a feral being. And that ain't pretty.
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The Heroes Act end up missing on Planet Scyria, which Icky immediately calls AUU Ark: Survival Evolved only without flying ARKs surrounding a post-apocalyptic planet, and the Lodgers have to find them. Though they've each been scattered, and each have been surviving their own way. They've tamed the native prehistoric wildlife, and they're trying to find each other again. But even the Lodgers get separated with each of them because of Ark Titan-like beasts called the Titoses. Thus they have to find each other again and escape this planet. Along the way, they learn about the reason why the HA were even in this planet to begin with: They were after the Tiikon mad scientist known as Dr. Sayus Mayus Dayus, a bioweapons expert that intents on unleashing a lost Teadr 1 super race referred to as the Scyrians, a biologically-perfected raptor super-race that given themselves the traits of other dinosaurs and prehistoric reptiles to become marvels of perfection. But the Scyrians locked themselves away because these changes made them succumb to mutation madness that messed with their minds, as too many genetic features regress intelligence and basically scaled them back to mindless creatures. Sayus is thus endangering the planet, which is vulnerable to conquest because the only places of civilization are found in flying high-tech obelisks and the Beaconbeam Tower, both of Tiikon engineering, to protect from the inhospitable outer wastelands, and potentially the UUniverses by releasing a race cursed by their own genetic hubris as he believes it would help him seek revenge against the Skorner race for what they did to him. They eventually reunite in Ar Cretacion, the former capital of Scyria, and meet a Tiikon scientific adventurer named Heili Runner, and help her rescue her friends, a Sauran female Zoian warrior with armies of tamed wildlife named Meya Liu, an expert hacker Xuron-Aectoid hybrid turned synthetic biomechanical android named Santrago An Sanct, and his Skorner scientific combat agent wife Dinia Altories, from a survival simulation in the tech-city of Ererit Prime infected by enhancelement, an adaptive half-metal and half-genetics material created by Scyrians to help their technological and transsentience evolution, and the infection itself has a sentience of it's own that has been able to download and imprison everyone inside with some kind of malicious AI program. After rescuing them, they say that they all aim to re-terraform Scyria after a long accidental adventure got the four together. They too planned to stop Dr. Sayus as he actually ended up forming his base of operations on what used to be that of their own during their stay in the radioactive Lapse Wastes, where they defeated their traitorous Chredder chemist ex-colleague Edwyn Stonewell, who is now a tentacled mutated monster imprisoned in an underground sarcophagus. They intended to stop him fearing Stonewell would be set free before learning of his true goals, as he actually made a deal with Stonewell that, in return for helping him awaken the Scyrians and their unimaginable secrets, he'd be set free and given everything he ever wanted including his revenge, but they all ended up imprisoned inside the EP simulation with the exception of the escaping Heili. With a threat on the horizon, and Heili being too valuable to go with them, instead giving them a flying comical AI of her named HL-1, the heroes are in for a dino-mite of a challenge.

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Scyrian Island

  • Xandy:... Interesting. Hud, you need to see this.
  • Hudson: What is it, hon?
  • Xandy:... Okay, there's no one around to hear you call me that, so, whatever. I, found this journal. It depicts... A LOT of stuff. Something about a woman named... Heili Runner.
  • Hudson:... Interesting. A few people have mentioned her before in regards to this planet.
  • Xandy:... Well... What do you think she's been up to?
  • Hudson: Well, why don't you read it to find out?
  • Xandy:... I WILL read it. Should be fun. (She did so)
  • (Heili): I've lost count how many sunrises I've seen since I arrived on this island. Hundreds, I'd imagine. Yet, each one seems more beautiful than the last. Sometimes I like to take Athea out just before dawn and watch it while flying through the morning sky. It's in these simple moments that I realize just how lucky I am. Not that I was unhappy exploring the reefs and rainforests back on Tik, but I wasn't going to spot a UIS-territorial sauropod stomping about my homeland, now was I? Since I came here to continue the research of my Ma, the great Johnna Runner, I've had the opportunity to study the living and the greatness of tech not like any other Teadr 1 race. The Scyrians left behind such fascinating secrets. I'll always be grateful for that.
  • Xandy:... She really DOES seem lucky.
  • Hudson: I'll say. Though, I didn't know she was a Tiikon.
  • Xandy: Well, what did you THINK she was?
  • Hudson: I don't know, something?
  • Xandy: (She giggles) Oh, Hud. (She continued reading)
  • (Heili): I've been holding out for a change in weather before studying the wildlife of this island's peculiar tundra region, given my natural cold-bloodedness, but I think it's safe to say that it's not forthcoming. Clearly this planet has no axial tilt, given the condition of the environment outside this island, and therefore, it has no seasons. That ice and snow isn't melting anytime soon. Can't say I'm happy about it. The cold and I are not the best of mates. Again, I'm a reptile, and we don't take kindly to it. I can tell you that, but I just have to suck it up. An environment for dinosaurs like these are fairly uniform, so an arctic climate is quite the oddity.
  • Xandy:... Well, if THAT doesn't indicate she's a Tiikon, I don't know what does. Tiikons are smart critters.
  • Hudson: Clearly, and their sleep cycles keep it that way.
  • Xandy: (She giggles again and continues reading)
  • (Heili): The tribe that calls itself the Howling Rolves have made this expedition in the north a lot easier. Well, them and Athea. She's right at home here. She may be a pterosaur, but she's a pteroavian, so she's more bird than reptile. I don't think I'll ever repay Stonewell for just up and giving me a Pteriornis. He's said our conversations are payment enough, but I still feel guilty. I should remember to collect some floral samples while I'm here. Anyway, tagging along with the Rolves has been a good introduction to the region, but I think I'm ready to make my own way. To make real scientific conclusions, I need to observe these animals undisturbed in their natural habitat for long periods of time.
  • Hudson:... Yes, definitely a Tiikon. (Xandy giggles)... Oh, how I love your laughter.
  • Xandy: Oh, stop it, cutie! (She continued reading)... Wow, she sounds excited on this page.
  • (Heili): What a day! There I am, putting the finishing touches on the Mammothericus Dossier, when all of a sudden, a Tyrannus starts attacking the herd. Strewth! A Tyrannus wading through the bloody snow! I asked The Howling Rolves at the nearest camp, and apparently, this is a common thing. They’re not new to the region. It just doesn’t make sense. How can a Tyrannus, a REPTILE, survive in this climate? And how can the introduction of an apex predator not shift the entire ecosystem?!
  • Hudson:... She does realize this is a controlled and contained environment, right?
  • Xandy: I'm sure she'll figure that out, let's just keep reading.
  • (Heili): Well, I've combed through more carnivore droppings than I care to calculate, and I can't say they provided many answers. All the predators in this region have very similar diets. With so many different predators hunting the same prey, the populations of all these species shouldn't be sustainable. Yet I've found nothing to indicate that any population shift is actually happening. It's just bizarre! The longer I'm here, the more I realize that this region shouldn't exist. It's climate is out of sync with the rest of the island, and the planet in general, many of the creatures here are equally dominant and therefore deadlocked or threatened, and the ecosystem is almost static! Something's off. I need to review my notes.
  • Xandy:... Well, let's hope she realizes it.
  • (Heili):... Heili, you're a dipstick. Going through my notes, I've realized that there are more predators than prey across this entire island by almost double. That's the OPPOSITE of how ANY ecosystem is supposed to work. I can't believe it took a Tyrannus frolicking through the snow for me to see this. It's plain as day. What to make of it? Add in the sentient being factor, and it's impossible for this island to continue as it is by natural means. So, what, is this island's wildlife being monitored and curated somehow? Possibly from the Scyrians, or their technology, in some way? I should speak with Stonewell. Maybe he's come to a similar conclusion.
  • Xandy:... Well, at least she's catching on. Watching people as smart as this woman discover things is... Kinda engaging.
  • Hudson: I know. I've already been hooked by her adventuring myself. (They continue reading)
  • (Heili): I never thought this island was normal, exactly. I mean, there are three giant obelisks not of Tiikon origin floating in the sky, for Petan's sake. Not to mention that cave I found in the central volcano, which hid a platform similar to those found at the base of said obelisks. Well, similar except for those oddly shaped holes that were carved into its podium. I guess I just didn't care about all that. So long as I had my beautiful, unique and untainted ecosystem to study, I was happy. But now... No, I shouldn't write it off just yet. Not before I arrive at Stonewell's. There's still a chance that my data is off or, that I missed something obvious. I won't give up on my paradise just yet.
  • Xandy:... Yeah, I see what you mean, Huddy.
  • (Heili): I really need to visit Stonewell more. It's so energizing to be around someone of his experience that still has so much excitement for his work, and talking to him always helps me gain perspective. As for the island's ecological abnormalities, Stonewell reassured me that I was jumping to conclusions. He made a great point: Just because this place doesn't follow the scientific laws we're used to, doesn't mean it follows no scientific laws at all. After all, science is about discovery, and new discoveries can invalidate old principles. So before I latch onto my theory, I need to gather more empirical evidence. Otherwise, I'm no scientist.
  • Xandy:... Well, at least she's got someone who's optimistic in her circle.
  • (Heili): On Stonewell's recommendation, I've headed south to start an in-depth study of the island's marine life with the help of a tribe called the Dyesharks. Because the ecosystem of the ocean that surrounds the island is separate from the ecosystem on the mainland, correlating patterns between them might help me isolate and understand this island's scientific abnormalities. Also, after freezing my ass off for so long, I could really use an extended stay on a tropical island. Marine biology was never my strongest field, but I do love the ocean. A lot of people do these days. And why not? If nothing else, it should be beautiful there, as many oceans are.
  • Xandy: Puh-REECH!
  • Hudson: (Sighs) I wish I was Aquastar right now.
  • Xandy: Oh, Hud.
  • (Heili): The Dyesharks have treated me like I'm the bloody queen since I showed them Stonewell's letter of recommendation. I don't think I've eaten better in my entire time on the island. Not that it's a high bar, I'm a horrible cook. Oh, and they've been of tremendous help with my research, of course. So far, my estimates of the predator-prey balance are consistent with the ecosystems on the mainland. The water is simply teeming with shoals of Junjadons, and they are extremely aggressive. Perhaps that's a side effect of having limited prey? Sharks aren't known as territorial creatures. I'll have to study them further.
  • Hudson:... Junjadon?
  • Xandy: Oh, I learned about them as Xasandra. They're an offset evolutionary cousin of the Junja Shark, and they're MUCH bigger, have armored spiked backs, and are night-black.
  • Hudson: Yikes. And this woman has the ovaries to study them?
  • Xandy: Apparently. When you're a scientist, you take risks.
  • (Heili): Still no answers as to why the Junjadons are so territorial, but I was privy to something even more extraordinary: Junjadon Mating Behavior! No one's ever witnessed Junjas rooting around back home, so that alone is monumental, but I got something even better. I know, what could possibly top watching Junjadons having a naughty, right? Tracking the female! I was able to observe her for almost the full gestation period, and get this, it only lasts one week. One, week! No wonder the population is so high. These are spitting out pups 44x the rate of the average Junja. I should compare how they behave in captivity.
  • Xandy:... Captivity?... They TAMED these beasts?
  • Hudson: Apparently. I guess ANYTHING can be tamed on this planet.
  • (Heili): So, in addition to all of the oddities I found with wild Junjadons, here's the real sherry on top: Taming them is a piece of piss. A bit of training and they're more obedient than the family rog. Now, I've heard of sharks getting very rudimentary training over a year or so, but not to this extent. Certainly not so easily. Sharks aren't mammals or even avians, they're fish. They rely more on instinct, or to put it simply, they're not very smart. You shouldn't be able to ride one like a jet ski. I'm trying to keep an open mind like Stonewell suggested, but this just feels wrong.
  • Xandy:... Well, true. When you become self-aware of your own paradise... It gets ruined. Though it's not exactly hard to see oddities like this.
  • Hudson: She STILL hasn't figured out that this is a controlled environment.
  • Xandy: I'm SURE we're getting to that. Just be patient, kay?
  • (Heili): Well, this seals it. Just when I thought I'd made some sense of the notes I took while visiting the Dyesharks, I spotted the nail in the proverbial coffin: Roos. A whole herd of giant Roos were just hopping about the countryside like they'd always been there. As much as I love Roos, they just shouldn't be here, period. They evolved away from dinosaurs. Large mammals and dinosaurs can't so easily share the same environment without some degree of environmental damage. If I know any genus, it's this one, and Coptopodus should not exist here. This island isn't an ecosystem, its a zoo.
  • Xandy:... Cute.
  • Hudson: DEFINITELY cute.
  • (Heili): Not too long ago, I thought this place was a far-off utopia where I could study a lot of UIS wonders AND the secrets of yet another lost Teadr 1 race unlike many I've seen. Now that I'm certain it's not natural at all, I have to say, it's lost a lot of luster. Interference from sentientkind hasn't helped. Most tribes have learned to live in harmony with their slice of the island, but some aren't content with that. One is even trying to conquer all the others, and natural or not, this ecosystem won't be any better off if it's burned down in some great war. In some way, I know it involves the technology my Ma studied. The sunrises are still beautiful, though. At least nothing can change that.
  • Xandy:... They really are, sister. They, really, are.
  • Hudson: Glad you're together with someone who can fly huh?
  • Xandy: (Chuckles) Yeah.
  • (Heili): Of all the abnormalities that I've observed, the tamed Junjadons stick out to me. It was almost like they were stray dogs who were resocialized, as though they had a genetic history of sentient obedience. Obviously, it's the Scyrians, but I can't know for certain yet. Most of my observations have been in the wild, but I think I may learn a thing or two if I observe domesticated creatures more closely. I need to study their diets, their mating patterns, how they socialize with other species... all that. Rumor has it that there's some woman that's tamed a whole mess of them all by herself, so many that they call her The Animal Queen. Maybe she'll have some useful insights.
  • Xandy:... I dunno. That sounds like a feral being. And that ain't pretty.

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ARK Extinction Song Coming Home by NerdOut

ARK Extinction Song Coming Home by NerdOut

Intro Song

Intro Theme (NerdOut- Coming Home) Coming soon...



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Songs/Music/Videos

Ark - Extinction Theme OST

Ark - Extinction Theme OST

Intro Theme

Ark Menu Theme

Ark Menu Theme

Climax Theme

ARK - Scorched Earth Theme

ARK - Scorched Earth Theme

Scorchar Desert Theme

ARK - Aberration Theme

ARK - Aberration Theme

Lapse Wastes Theme

ARK Genesis Final Boss OST Extened

ARK Genesis Final Boss OST Extened

EP Stonewell AI Fight Theme

ARK - Boss Battle Theme - Rockwell

ARK - Boss Battle Theme - Rockwell

Stonewell's Freedom Theme

ARK - Boss Battle Theme - King Titan (unused stinger)

ARK - Boss Battle Theme - King Titan (unused stinger)

Stonewell Final Battle Theme

ARK Extinction Final Cutscene

ARK Extinction Final Cutscene

Scyria Resurrected

ARK Survival Evolved - Soundtrack - Death Theme

ARK Survival Evolved - Soundtrack - Death Theme

Tension Music

ARK - Loading Screen

ARK - Loading Screen

Travel Theme

ARK - Credit Theme (The Island)

ARK - Credit Theme (The Island)

Final Victory Theme

ARK - Battle Theme - Bioluminiscens Region

ARK - Battle Theme - Bioluminiscens Region

Lapse Wastes Tension Theme

ARK - Battle Theme - Element Region

ARK - Battle Theme - Element Region

Lapse Wastes Enhancelement Pools Theme

ARK Genesis Mission Horde Gauntlet OST Extened

ARK Genesis Mission Horde Gauntlet OST Extened

EP Simulation Tension Theme

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